If you are attempting to get in shape and lose weight there are a number of ways this can be achieved. Besides going to the gym mobile applications can be a great affordable way to get fit, so today we are looking at cardio workouts that burn fat with apps.
First up for users of iDevices is Cardio Challenge 1.2, and the application turns all your cardio routines into a fun game. It allows users to take part in famous round-the-world challenges where users can compete, improve and excel at their own schedule. The application adjusts to the individuals abilities, and will motivate users to go further and faster.
It will keep a track of all the users’ stats, achievements as the user goes along, to find out more and to download head over to the App Store. Simply called Cardio, which is an application available for owners of the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. This app contains four mix and match fat burning cardio workouts, which are fun but highly effective.
These will help users get toned and fit just by following the easy to understand workouts, and are separated into sections of athletic based cardio and dance moves. The app gives users the option of using either simple twenty minute or one hour workouts. Cardio is available on the App Store for only $1.99/£1.49.
Daily Cardio Workout FREE is an application that is available for owners of Android devices. In this application you will find a great cardio workout that can last 5 to 10 minutes. It has a daily routine for men and women that will guide users through ten of the best cardio exercises. The proven exercises are demonstrated by a certified personal trainer, and it will help you get into shape in no time. To download and to find out more hit the Android Market.
Another Android application is 5 Minute Exercise Workouts that features twelve five minute workouts, which concentrate on certain parts of the body. These include cardio workout, abs, legs, full body, butt workout, and much more. Head over to the Android Market to find out more and to download.
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